Senior officials from several NFL teams are now preparing to draft from April 23 to 25 virtually, from their homes, away from their team facilities, according to league sources at ESPN. Awaiting final decision from the NFL on an unprecedented project.
– Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 4, 2020
ESPN’s Adam Schefter says senior officials from several NFL teams are now preparing to draft from April 23 to 25 practically at home. The NFL has previously stated that the project will go ahead as planned, but has not yet made a final decision as to how the event will go, according to Schefter.
The teams apparently have to write from home because the league has officially ordered the teams to close their respective pranks as of March 25. In addition, like many countries in the world right now, the United States has urged its citizens to practice social distancing.
Before the coronavirus outbreak, this year’s project was to take place in Las Vegas.